You’ll have serious property envy with these dream homes

You’ll have serious property envy with these dream homes

Here at we love property.

In fact, it’s pretty much all we look at. With that comes one unfortunate downside though, a serious dose of property envy.

They say a problem shared is a problem halved though so we asked our team to pick out some of their most luxurious properties on the site at present for you to drool over with us.

Check them out below…

Inniscorrig, Coliemore Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin


This castellated mansion, which once placed hosts to Kings Edward VII and George V of England, enjoys stunning coastal views and 5,768sq ft of living space. It boasts its own private harbour – one of only two in private hands in Dublin – and provides direct access to the sea. Inside there is magical sea views while other features of note include a boat house, swimming pool and secret garden.

Check out a video of the property below…

Glin Castle, Glin, Co Limerick

Glin Castle

A castle on the Shannon which is like something out of Game of Thrones, Glin Castle is set amongst 380 acres of mature parkland on the periphery of Glin village. The castle, which boasts 21 bedrooms and 20,547sq ft of living space, has been in the FitzGerald family for over 700 years and has stunning interiors.

Westport House, Westport, Co Mayo

Westport House

  • Estate agent: Ganly Walters
  • House type: Ten bed detached house
  • Asking price: €10,000,000

Westport House is one of the most famous houses in the country. A place where people from both near and far have gained great enjoyment over the years, Westport House is one of Ireland’s most historic homes and is set amidst exceptional parkland, lake and the Carrowbeg River with breathtaking views of Clew Bay and Croagh Patrick.

Dowdstown House Stud, Maynooth, Co Kildare


Set on 26 acres, just 3km from Maynooth in Co Kildare, Dowdstown House Stud boastts a six bed mansion house, courtyard stabling, 14 loose boxes and foaling stables, a three bedroomed Mews and a one bed apartment. The main house extends to approximately 5,382sq ft while the landscaped gardens are an added feature of what is a stunning property.

Tinnahinch Lodge, Tinnahinch, Enniskerry, Co Wicklow


This sprawling Co Wicklow estate is set on 30 acres of rivers, lakes and forests adjacent to Powerscourt House and gardens. The versatile accommodation include a period extended demesne gardener’s house, guest cottage and large log-chalet lodge. Just a mile from Enniskerry, Tinnahinch Lodge is the former home of Henry Grattan with the accommodation extending to 5,321sq ft. The Dargle River, which is ideal for fishing, runs through the estate.

Fairhaven, Oysterhaven, Cork


This stunning waterfront property is set on a south-facing site of 0.75 hectares with its extensive balconies and decking areas affording panoramic 180 degree views over Oysterhaven, the Sovereigns and out to the Atlantic. The house itself is built to the highest of standards and boasts 3,014sq ft of living space.

West Skeam Island, Roaring Water Bay Islands, Co Cork

west skeam

This secluded four bed house is set on its on 33 acre island which is situated circa 1.5 miles off the south west coast of Ireland in the famed sailing waters of Roaring Water Bay.  In keeping with the vernacular and traditional layout of Irish farm holdings, there are three cottages clustered together adjacent to its pier. While dating from the 1840s, all of the cottages were renovated in 2005 while ther are four main beaches.

Barley Hill, Westport, Co Mayo

Barley Hill

Located just 3km from Westport town centre and situated on an elevated site with panoramic views over Clew Bay, Clare Island and Croagh Patrick, this modern home boasts 3,500sq ft of living space as well as an indoor swimming pool with adjoining gym, sauna, steam and shower rooms. It also has a sun room on the first floor with access to an external balcony.

Have you a favourite we didn’t feature? Be sure to let us know…

There are 4 comments for this article
  1. Pingback: You’ll have serious property envy with these dream homes | Rosalie Rodney
  2. at 12:21 pm

    It would be more realistic to show homes that people in general – not millionaires – could aspire to owning.

    • Kevin Morrissey at 9:59 pm

      That’s why they’re called ‘dream’ homes…

    • Tom Courtney at 7:52 pm

      Could not agree more. For anyone who wants to gather more information aaffordable Irish property get in contact via our website. We will be holding a number of property meetup events where local property experts can help those of us who are trying to buy or sell a property.Tom Courtney, Founder Property Basecamp

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